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Ready, Set, Teach! Leaning Into Remote Teaching
Ready, Set, Teach! is an annual gathering for faculty, graduate student instructors, and undergraduate students that aims to foster a community around teaching and learning in the humanities, to energize instructors for the new school year, and to highlight student learning experiences.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 29, 11:00AM-12:30PM
Roundtables on Equitable Remote Teaching
Inclusive Student Engagement
Dr. Tonia Guida, Inclusive Teaching Fellow, UCLA CAT
Dr. Mitchell Morris, Associate Professor, Musicology & Chair, LGBTQ Studies
Tom Garbelotti, Instructional Technology Manager, HumTech
Nick Schwieterman, MA Student, GSEIS, former HumTech RITC
Inclusive Language Instruction
Dr. Hee Ju, Lecturer, Asian Languages & Cultures
Dr. Gyanam Mahajan, Lecturer, Asian Languages & Cultures and EPIC Faculty Co-Director
Leading TA Sections
Abraham Encinas, PhD Student, English
Anne Le, PhD Student, French & Francophone Studies
The Roundtables on Equitable Remote Teaching will involve faculty and staff facilitating discussions on topics such as remote language instruction and inclusive technology. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss ideas, experiences and new strategies in an inclusive environment.
To join us for the event, please use this Zoom link: https://ucla.zoom.us/j/96099980744
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 30, 12:30PM-1:30PM
Remote Teaching Panel
Talia Isayan, Class of 2020, English Major
Claire Chua, Class of 2020, Psychology Major
Amy Karoll, PhD Student, Near Eastern Languages & Cultures
Jordan Galczynski, PhD Student, Near Eastern Languages & Cultures
Dr. Kara Cooney, Professor of Near Eastern Languages & Cultures
Dr. David MacFadyen, Professor of Comparative Literature and EPIC Faculty Co-Director
Opening remarks by Dean David Schaberg, Professor and Dean of Humanities. Facilitated by Dr. Lisa Felipe, EPIC Program Director.
A prelude to the UCLA Humanities Welcome, the Ready, Set, Teach! Remote Teaching Panel will feature a group of faculty, TAs, and undergrads sharing insights and lessons learned from last spring quarter’s remote learning and teaching experiences. Audience members will be given the opportunity to engage with the panelists during a Q&A session. While this event features instructors and students from Humanities courses, all are welcome to join.
This is a Zoom webinar meeting and registration is required. Please register for your personalized link.
Ready, Set, Teach! is part of the Fall Teaching Forum suite of events sponsored by EPIC, CAT & CEILS. For more information, please see Fall Teaching Forum – Leaning into Remote Teaching.